Residential Conveyancer

Location
England, Lancashire, Lytham St. Annes
Salary
£30000 - £40000 per annum
Posted
20 Apr 2021
Closes
18 May 2021
Ref
48851
Contact
Ian Mannion
Job Title
Conveyancer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Is Conveyancing proving to be a nightmare at your current firm? would you consider a new opportunity working for a regional law firm with a good reputation and strong local client base?

My client, a Fylde coast-based law firm who are seeking to appoint a Residential Conveyancer qualified to join the firm.

Applicants will be able to demonstrate previous experience managing a full spectrum of Residential Conveyancing files from start to finish and will be able to hit the ground running. Additionally, you will be comfortable working under minimal supervision and possess excellent communication skills.

The Residential Conveyancer requires at least 3 to 4 years experience handling your own caseload consisting domestic sale, purchases, re-mortgage and transfer of equity as a minimum.

To apply for this Residential Conveyancer role please forward your CV to Ian Mannion at Clayton Legal using the links below.

Clayton Legal recruits for law firms and In House departments across the UK. Based in the North West, our pedigree and service levels give those looking to move in the legal market and law firms looking to recruit a refreshingly different recruitment experience. You will work with experienced professionals, dedicated to your success. Take a look at our web site for our latest blogs and legal news and to keep up to date with current vacancies.

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